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New Associate Editor: Johan Kotze

Today, we are pleased to be welcoming a new member of the Methods in Ecology and Evolution Associate Editor Board. Johan Kotze joins us from the Unive...
15-10-2018 16:06

All You (Possibly) Ever Wanted to Know about ?Trap Nests?

Post provided by Michael Staab What are ?Trap Nests? and What are They Good For" When thinking of bees and wasps, most people have social insects...
10-10-2018 16:05

Biodiversity Monitoring by Plant Proxy is Cheap and Easy: He

Post provided by Rasmus Ejrnæs, Ane Kirstine Brunbjerg & Hans Henrik Bruun Local communities and regional biotas are built of hundreds, if not tho...
08-10-2018 16:06

How Many Animals are Infected with Chronic Wasting Disease&q

Post provided by Hildegunn Viljugrein The discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Norway in 2016 has led to extensive measures and testing of de...
02-10-2018 16:06

Spatial Capture-Recapture: The Pros and Cons of Aggregating

Post provided by Cyril Milleret Spatial Capture-Recapture and Computation Time The estimation of population size is one of the primary goals and chall...
25-09-2018 16:06

R2ucare: An Interview with Olivier Gimenez

At the International Statistical Ecology Conference in St Andrews this July (ISEC 2018) David Warton interviewed Olivier Gimenez about R2ucare. R2ucar...
20-09-2018 16:05

What the Past Can Tell Us About the Future: Notes from Cross

Post provided by Karen Bacon I had the pleasure of delivering one of the plenary talks at the first (hopefully of many) Crossing the Palaeontological ...
18-09-2018 16:06

Ten Top Tips for Reviewing in a Language You Aren?t Fluent I

Science is global, which means that peer review is a global activity. When Editors look for people to review manuscripts, they want to find the best p...
12-09-2018 16:06

Crossing the Palaeontological-Ecological Gap

Today is the first day of the Crossing the Palaeontological-Ecological Gap (CPEG) conference. The aim of the conference is to open a dialogue between ...
30-08-2018 16:06

Bats, Acoustic Methods and Conservation 4.0: An Interview wi

At this year’s International Statistical Ecology Conference (ISEC 2018) David Warton interviewed Kate Jones, Chair in Ecology and Biodiversity a...
22-08-2018 16:06

Integrating Evolution and Ecology

The latest Methods in Ecology and Evolution Virtual Issue ? ‘Integrating Evolution and Ecology‘ ? is in honour of the late Isabelle Olivie...
20-08-2018 16:06

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